EverCool Introduces HPS 810CP Low-Profile CPU Cooler
Bohs Hansen / 2 years ago
EverCool has launched their latest CPU cooler designed for mITX, SFF and 1U enclosures, the HPS-810CP. The new cooler looks a bit more like a GPU cooler to some but should give effective performance in the intended area of use.
The HPS-810CP is built on a set of dense aluminium fins in combination with two 6mm thick copper heat pipes and a Heat Direct Transfer core (HDT). The fan draws the heat away from the motherboard and CPU with the included 80mm slim-profile fan that has a rotation speed between 1500 to 4000 RPM. This produces an airflow of 12.99 to 34.65 CFM and the static pressure generated is 0.02 to 0.143 inch-H2O. The generated noise is rated between 16.2 and 37.5 dBa depending on the RPM.
At a weight of 260 gram and measuring 87.5 x 92.3 x 27.4 mm, the tiny HPS-810CP can cool processors with a TDP up to 95W. It is compatible with all AMD AM2 or newer sockets as well as Intel LGA 1366 / 1165X and 775. It’s not compatible with LGA2011. No word on pricing or availability yet.
This new HPS-810CP CPU cooler from EverCool might not be a beauty to look at, but you can’t argue with the specifications. Used on a low TDP processor in a home or office environment should produce a silent operation on low rotation speeds while tight spaces and high TDP server environments should be suited equally well; a situation where noise is rarely an issue.
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